i FOUNDMYOWNRECIPE(ORIGINALLYPOSTEDIN"swappedrecipes' A LONG TIME AGO.
i CALLEDIT 'dogbiscuits"
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DOG BISCUITSWho says a creative cook can only prepare goodies for the human family members. Dogs are man (& woman's) "BEST FRIEND" & deserve a special treat from us now & then, too. This recipe makes about 8 dozen; that's 96 dogie treats;, so an occassional baking effort for fido or MollyB is deffinitely in order! INGREDIENTS:makes about 8 dozen; that's 96 dogie treatsDRY3-1/2 C AP flour2C WW flour 1C rye flour1C oatmeal2C crackedwheat (bulghur)1/2C non fat dry milk powder4tsp saltOTHER: 1pkt dry yeast1/4C warm water2C chicken stock or other liquid(bouillon ,pan drippings, or water from cooking vegetables1 egg & 1TBS milk for top glaze DIRECTIONS:Begin in the evenning after you've done your last baking of the dayUse a LARGE BOWL In this largebow; combine first 7 (dry) ingredientsIn a separate bowl; disolve yeast in warm water,add other liquid choiceKnead the mixturefor about 3 minutes.The dough will be quite stiff.If it's too stiff, addextra liquid or an egg.Rol dough out onto floured board to 1/4" thickness.Immediately cut into shapesw/ coookie cutters:: people:(mailman or jogger or aimals: cats, squirrels or a ball(circle shape)This is where a little "whimsy" can add to the funPlace on ungreased cookie sheet(s)Mix eg & milk for glaze & brush over tops before baking.Bake in 300' oven for 45 minutes.Turn off heat & allow thebiscuits to remain in the oven overnight to get "BONE HARD"Store in an airtight container outof reach of your dog, who will try to help him/herself to these treats.
In Response to Dog treats:
I'm baking cookies for my two sweet dogs.Rocky and Romeo,they seem to like these better than the store bought treats.Anyone else out there make treats for their dogs?
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